Vodafone is mocked for & # 39; offering a new plan that charges customers more money for LESS mobile data & # 39;
- The customer received the & # 39; new and better & # 39; Vodafone mobile phone plan
- This showed that the improved plan cost more money for less mobile telephone data
- The unidentified customer went to social media to take out the new mobile subscription
A Vodafone customer mocked the telecommunications giant after he said the company gave him a so-called & # 39; better & # 39; offered a telephone plan that costs more money but offers worse functions.
The advertisement, which was uploaded to Reddit by a user after it was sent to him by SMS, talks about & # 39; upgrading & # 39; from their $ 40 plan to a $ 45 plan.
& # 39; We have done the hard work and have found a better option for you, with more data for use in Australia & # 39 ;, it is said.
However, after reviewing the two columns that compare their previous plan with the new & # 39; better plan & # 39 ;, it becomes clear that the new and improved offering is anything but.
The advertisement (photo) uploaded by a user on Reddit after he claims to have sent it to him via SMS talks about & # 39; upgrading & # 39; from his $ 40 plan to a $ 45 plan
The new plan costs $ 45 for a Sim Only plan, which is on a closed 12-month contact and contains 30MG of data.
His old Sim Only Plan, however, only cost $ 40 for 40MG of data and was not tied to a contract.
The user quickly uploaded the image to the social media site and wrote: & # 39; Thanks but no, thanks Vodafone. & # 39;
Many quickly succeeded in overthrowing the plan, with a user saying: & # 39; What is this dirt? & # 39;
& # 39; It looks like they were trying to screw you out of a plan better than anything they are now offering & # 39 ;, another user wrote.
However, one user who claimed to be working at Vodafone tried to explain the deal and said that it & # 39; not a bad offer & # 39; used to be.
& # 39; The Plus plans do not charge you any costs when you exceed your data, they simply throttle it. With the current subscription you pay $ 10 per GB transfer. Different customers may find that the offer is actually better, depending on their needs, & they wrote.
On Wednesday afternoon, a search by Daily Mail Australia on the Vodafone website found the plan under their & # 39; recommended & # 39; pillar.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Vodafone for comments.
On Wednesday afternoon, a search by Daily Mail Australia on the Vodafone website found the plan still available under their & # 39; recommended & # 39; pillar (stock image)
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